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  • KIDECO JAYA AGUNG - Indika Energy

    Kideco Jaya Agung, established in 1982, undertakes surface coal mining at a 50,921 hectare concession in Paser Regency, East Kalimantan, Indonesia, where it holds coal mining rights under a first-generation Coal Contract of Work (CCoW) until 2023. Kideco, which currently operates five open pit mining sites with estimated coal reserves and resources of 651 million tons and 1,376 million tons ...

  • Coal Quality - Kideco

    KIDECO coal can greatly reduce costs for its users, because it can be used without a flue gas desulfurization (FGD) facility that is needed to meet the sulfur oxides (Sox) emission regulations. Its low ash content contributes to the life extension of power plant ash treatment facility maintaining the least area for retreatment.

  • Chennai co in $1.5 bn deal for Indonesian coal - The ...

    Chennai co in $1.5 bn deal for Indonesian coal. Samtan-Kideco, which has captive coal mines, is the third largest supplier of coal in Indonesia and has partnered C&O for the latter's Indian operations for almost a decade now. Spurred by infrastructure development, India is expected to add 73,000 MW of power in the next five years,...

  • African countries plan to build dozens of coal-fired power ...

    Coal allowed the West to industrialise, but Africa would be better off embracing 21st-century technology. This article appeared in the Middle East and Africa section of the print edition under the ...

  • Mining in Indonesia - PwC

    significant production of coal, copper, gold, tin and nickel. Indonesia also remains among the world's largest exporters of thermal coal. Global mining companies consistently rank Indonesia highly in terms of coal and mineral prospects, however assessments of the mining policy regime and investment climate have not been so positive.

  • Home - MCMining Limited

    MCMining Limited is an emerging developer and producer of high-quality thermal and coking coal, based in South Africa.

  • Indonesia's Indika Energy lifts stake in local coal ...

    Indika already owns a 46% stake in Kideco Jaya Agung, which runs open-cut mining operations in East Kalimantan and last year produced 32.1 million tons of coal used in power plants.